6th Class English Sample Paper

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  • question_answer1)

    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    In spite of all the honours that were heaped upon him, Pasteur, as it has been said, remained simple at heart. Perhaps, the imagery of his boyhood days, when he drew the familiar scenes of this birthplace and his longing to be a great artist, never wholly left him.
    In truth, he did become a great artist, although he abandoned the brush forever after the age of 16.
    Like every artist of worth, he put his whole soul and energy into his work, and it was this very energy that in the end wore him out. For him, each sufferer was something more than just a case that has to be cured. He looked upon the fight against hydrophobia as a battle and he was absorbed in his determination to win.
    The sight of injured children particularly moved him to an indescribable extent. He suffered with this patients and yet he would not deny himself a share in their suffering. His greatest grief was when sheer physical exhaustion made him give up his active work. But even then, in that pain, he loved to see his former pupils and its was then that he would reiterate his life's principles, that is never cease to work. So well had he kept his percept that he rapidly began to sink from exhaustion.
    Finally, on September 27, 1895, when someone leaned over his bed to offer him a cup of milk, he said sadly, "I cannot". With a look of perfect resignation and peace, he seemed to have fallen asleep. He never again opened his eyes to the cares and suffering of the world, which he had done so much to relieve and to conquer. He was within three months of his seventy-third birthday.
    (i) How did Pasteur view those who suffered from diseases?
    (ii) What tells us that he wanted to become an artist?
    (iii) Elaborate the phrase "cannot" in context with the article.
    (iv) What was his greatest grief?
    (v) What is meant by 'whole soul and energy'?
    (vi) What is meant by 'to give up'?
    (vii) Find the word opposite to 'float'.
    (viii) Find the word opposite to 'weakness'.

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Water is one of the most precious gifts of nature, but it is unfortunate that we do not understand its worth and over-exploit this resource for our selfish purposes. It is a matter of serious attention that water must be conserved at all costs. We need water for daily use at home and for agriculture.
    Drinking water is however limited as we get it mainly from the clouds and glaciers. If this resource is used wisely, then there will be no problem. But unfortunately, it is being over-exploited. Our ever-increasing population has created scarcity of water. It is predicted that by the year 2025, nearly two billion people will live in absolute water scarcity. This is a signal to be cautious enough in the use of water. Every drop of water is precious and it must not go in vain. Water shortage is a grim reality for the cities as well as villages. We need to wake up to it now than be sorry later. We must conserve water in ponds and tanks. We should try our best to use water cautiously. If we continue to use it recklessly, we will have to face dire consequences. By saving water, we will save ourselves.
    (i) Why is water the most precious gift of nature?
    (ii) What is the main cause of water scarcity?
    (iii) How do you think we can conserve water?
    (iv) What will be the result of using water carelessly?

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  • question_answer3) You are the Principal of Blue Bells Primary School. The watchman of your school has found a blazer and a lunch box in the cycle stand. Draft a notice in about 50 words.

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    You are Vinay Saxena, a resident of 50, Gali No. 4, Ashok Mohalla, Geeta Colony, Delhi. Your colony is inhabited mostly by poor people who often fall victim to various kinds of diseases. Due to their poverty they cannot afford to avail services of private doctors. Write a letter to the Commissioner of Public Health Services, Government of Delhi, requesting him to open a public dispensary in your colony.
    OR
    Write a letter to your uncle who lives in U.S.A., thanking him for the gift of a wrist watch which he sent you for your birthday.

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  • question_answer5)

    Write a short paragraph on any one of the following:
    (i) A Scary Journey
    (ii) My Best Friend
    (iii) Environmental Degradation

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    Say whether the Nouns mentioned below are Proper, Common, Collective or Abstract:
    (i) Darkness
    (ii) Table
    (iii) Team
    (iv) Honour

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    Fill in the blanks with the correct options given below:
    (i) Write ...................... essay in ...................... hour's time.
    (ii) I saw it in ...................... daily paper, not...................... evening paper, nor ...................... weekly.

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  • question_answer8)

    Correct the following sentences:
    (i) Why you did not come to me yesterday?
    (ii) He has been living in this city for 2015.

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  • question_answer9)

    Fill in the blank spaces with adverbs and say what kind each one is:
    (i) The girl is going...........
    (ii) The horse is running...........
    (iii) The Indian soldiers fought...........
    (iv) He ...........speaks the truth.

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    Rewrite the following sentences changing the nouns in italics to the opposite gender:
    (i) The princess married a young man.
    (ii) The hunter killed tiger.

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    Fill in the blanks with suitable Prepositions.
    (i) The stars are ..................... man's approach.
    (ii) He will come to school..................... tomorrow.
    (iii) We have been living in this town ..................... eight years.
    (iv) Little Jack Horner sat..................... a comer.

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    Read the Extract and answer the questions given below:
    The third round followed the same course as the first but with one dramatic difference. The crow and the myna/ still determined to take part in the proceedings, dived at the cobra; but this time they missed each other as well as their mark. The myna flew on and reached its perch, but the crow tried to pull up in mid-air and turn back. In the second that it took the bird to do this, the cobra whipped his head back and struck with great force his snout thudding against the crow's body.
    (i) What happened in the third round?
    (ii) What did the two birds do there?
    (iii) Where did myna go?
    (iv) What happened to crow when cobra attacked him?

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    Read the following lines from the poem and answer the questions given below:
    I quarrelled with my brother
    don't know what about,
    One thing led to another
    And somehow we fell out.
    The start of it was slight,
    The end of it was strong,
    He said he was right
    I knew he was wrong!
    (i) With whom did the poet quarrel?
    (ii) What was the point of quarrel?
    (iii) What was the out come of the quarrel?
    (iv) What did the poet know about the quarrel?

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    Answer any four of the following questions:
    (i) How did Patrick help him?
    (ii) Why did the villagers want to drown Taro?
    (iii) Each term every child has one blind day, one lame day......... Complete the line. Which day was the hardest? Why was it the hardest?
    (iv) "God lives in the heart of the Panch", the aunt said. What did she mean?
    (v) Why was the shop called 'Lucky shop'?
    (vi) What is your opinion about the myna that behaved in a clever way?

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    Answer any four of the following questions:
    (i) What misfortune did the bird family meet?
    (ii) What changes were seen in the shepherd after he became the governor of a small province?
    (iii) Why did Swami Hardas say Tansen was "talented"?
    (iv) The monkey was happy living in fruit tree, but his happiness was not complete. What did he miss?
    (v) Who would you recommend to a patient in your neighbourhood - The physicians contacted first or the specialist contacted next? Give reason for your choice.

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  • question_answer16)

    What message does the story 'A Pact with the Sun' convey?
    OR
    How can you say that the dog was selfish.

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